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For the question it is only necessary to acknowledge that HF is the only one that can form hydrogen bonds since hydrogen bonds can only be made between N, O, and F. But I believe it might be that HF has the most polar covalent properties among the hydrogen halides. This is because electronegativity decreases as you go down a group. Therefore the electrons would attract closer to F than any other in the group causing more polarity.
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